7 Tips for your daily dog training
Dog training is a long, never-ending process. There will always be days when training your dog just doesn't seem to work. Don't become discouraged, we have asked our team and...

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Advent Calendar for Dogs

Advent Calendar for Dogs

For over 100 years, children and adults have been waiting in joyful anticipation in front of their Advent calendars every morning in December until Christmas, wondering what surprise is hidden...

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Dogs in Winter Tips & Tricks

Dogs in Winter Tips & Tricks

It's fascinating what snow can do: It's not just children who get into high spirits of play, build igloos and have snowball fights. Most dogs also seem to be electrified...

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Can dogs eat pumpkin?

Can dogs eat pumpkin?

Yes, pumpkin is also very healthy for your dog. Hokkaido, butternut & co. are true vitamin bombs from which your dog also benefits. The winter vegetable is rich in fibre,...

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Why you should go grain-free?

Why you should go grain-free?

The preservatives, additives and chemical residues often contained within conventional dog food brands can be jointly responsible for diseases such as tumours, kidney and liver damage, impairments in the musculoskeletal...

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Excessive Chewing Instinct

Excessive Chewing Instinct

Dogs have a natural chewing instinct that wants to be satisfied again and again. It is therefore perfectly natural for our best friends to nibble and chew - to a...

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FROM WATER-SHY TO WATER-LOVER - SWIM TRAINING FOR DOGS
Basically, the statement "All dogs can swim" is not wrong. Nevertheless, not every dog goes into the water and not every dog is a talented swimmer. Many dogs are downright...

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Going on Holiday?

Going on Holiday?

Most holiday resorts don't have a freezer, some don't even have a kitchen - camping enthusiasts will recognise themselves here. Local butchers at the holiday destination are often faced with...

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Why dogs love to chew

Why dogs love to chew

It’s no surprise that dogs love to chew. And you’re probably also aware that most dogs chew on things when they’re left alone for too long. Chewing is an important part of a dog’s development, especially for puppies. But why do dogs love to chew? And more importantly, how can you take full advantage of it to bond with and train your dog? Dogs love to chew for one simple reason: it feels good. We can prove this using science. A neuroscientist scanned the brains of dogs while they chewed on either a bone or a fabric toy and found...

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Rules for puppy training

Rules for puppy training

A loving and consistent puppy training is the basis for a peaceful and stress-free coexistence between dog and human. If dogs learn their position in the family and their limits...

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